Bacterial Studies

Iritis
Typhoid Fever
Streptococcal Infections
Staphylococcus albus and Staphy aureus
Chronic Osteomyelitis
Severe Pneumonia in Infants and children
Pneumonia and brain injuries
E Coli 
Pneumococcus, Staphylococcus
Microcirculatory Disorders
Post operative Bleeding in the organs
Tuberculosis
 

Iritis: Subactue iritis with or without iridocyclitis.

Out of 50 patients all UBI patients recovered without complications. In the control group receiving corticosteroids 20% became blind in the effected eye, there were several complications and they recovered more slowly.

(Miley, Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation…, 33)

Typhoid Fever

More effective when used as a monotherapy as opposed to that in combination with sulfa drugs. 

(Rebbeck and Lewis, 640-649)

Streptococcal infections

Strep Infections have been successfully treated. Strep throat, rheumatic fever, scarlet fever, acute tonsillitis, acute otitis media and erisypelas all are very responsive to UBI treatment.

(Miley, Olney and Lewis, “Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation: A History…”)

Staphylococcus albus and Staphylococcus aureus

For those using just UBI as a treatment 8 out of 9 ended in complete recovery. The one case also had bladder carcinoma. Conclusion that UBI as a monotherapy was highly effective against staphylococcemia.

(Miley, “Efficacy of Ultraviolet Blood…”, 313-322)

 

Chronic Osteomyelitis

LBI restored balance among immune cells and used as a pre-operative prophylaxis.

(Gostishchev, 98-101)

 

Severe Pneumonia in Infants and children

After using UBI treatment, 40 patients showed that they improved more rapidly than 25 in historical medical applications as a control.

(Kalinlin, 14-20)

Another study of 56 children under one with acute pneumonia as compared to 45 in a control with standard drugs showed temperature snad rapid heartbeats dropped faster, pheripheral blood and phagocytosis showed more improvements and hospital stays were reduced by 24% compared to controls.

(Shamsiev, 112)

Pneumonia in conjunction with severe skull and brain injuries

With 6-8 session of UBI plus endolymphatic antibiotics significantly raised both the number of T cells and levels of IgA and IgM over those 25 in a control using standard antibiotics.

(Kibirev, 11-14)        

E Coli 

There were seven cases of Escherichia coli septicemia, a very dangerous condition in the 1940’s. Five were cured and the sixth died of myocardial degeneration but had a sterile bloodstream.  The seventh died but had a different Staph infection.

(Rebbeck, 158-167, 176)

Other infections

This study showed clinical trials of UBI successful against pneumococcus, staphylococcus, streptococcus and a mixture of other microbes. In a 182 patient study with 90 as a control. The treatment group recovered more rapidly (by 5 to 7 days) had fewer complications and experienced a reduction in fibrogen to normal activation of anticoagulatory and fibinolytic elements. Those treated after diagnosis of Initial Anemia saw a 30.7% increase in erythrocytes.

(Novgorodtsev and Ivanov, 38-39)

Microcirculatory disorders

Eighteen Children with meningococcal infections received LBI treatments. Researchers observed improvement in microcirculation, infective-toxic shock disappeared, hemodynamic status improved 2-3 days earlier than with standard therapy.

(Brill, “The Experimental and Clinical…”)

Post operative Bleeding in the central organs

There were 28 patients operated on for trauma in parenchymal organs, shock, and at least 1 liter of blood loss through internal bleeding.  Also, 32 patients with similar injuries served as a control group.  Out of the group without LBI treatments 71.9 % had complications.  Out of the Blood Irradiation group only 32.1% had complications. 

(Brill, “The Experimental and Clinical…”)

Tuberculosis:

A study of 222 hospitalized patients with destructive tuberculosis of the lungs were divided in two groups.  The first group included UBI therapy, the second did not.  Within 3 months the first group was 100% disease free while only 58.8% of the group with antibiotics only was disease free. After 3 months 89.5% of the first group saw the destructive results of the disease disappear and only 3.2% of the second group.

(Zhandov, 20-22)

In a study, 119 Patients were treated with LBI in combination with standard drugs.  Those with LBI treatments were observed to have stabilization of temperature, cessation or diminution of coughing, reduction in mucus produced, improvement of functional indicators of pulmonary ventilation, and a stabilization of T and B lymphocytes.

(Dobkin, 19-22)

Another study shows 88 tuberculosis patients receiving low doses of UBI, they were compared to a control group. Out of the 88 patients, 31.9% noted significant improvement, 47.8% partial improvement, and 20.3% no improvement.  Those with no improvement tended to have fibrous-cavernous tuberculosis, they were repeat cases and had undergone lung operations or were chronic alcoholics.

(Mingalimova, 27-28)

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